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★★★★☆

“As an upgrade from the Nokia 3390, I am satisfied with...”

Written on: 01/10/2002 by mm. (1 review written)

Good Points
very compact and extremely light --
long battery life (about 4-6 hours talk time) --
headset included --
above-average signal clarity --
Internet browsing capabilities (WAP) --
integrated antenna --
ringtone composer --
picture sending and receiving support --
bright blue backlight easy to see --
very stylish design --
5 games

Bad Points
buttons hard to press --
not as user-friendly as most Nokia phones --
low selection of ringtones --
small-sized screen --
no voice dialing --
inadequate signal strength --

General Comments
As an upgrade from the Nokia 3390, I am satisfied with the Sony Ericsson T200 mobile phone. Although it is considered a low-end handset, it offers many handy features such as Internet access, an included headset, and downloadable ringtones & pictures. The reception is quite good (better than my Nokia 3390) but the signal is not quite as strong as the 3390's. The main reason for upgrading to this phone was the long battery life, and after the poor life of the 3390's battery, this is a welcome change. The Internet browser is pretty handy, as I can connect to Yahoo! Mail and eBay as well as download ringtones and pictures with ease. The overall quality, style, and features are above average for a phone in this category. One complaint: the software is not very user-friendly, especially when I want to quickly find a feature or contact.